NY Att'y General Resigns After Abuse Allegations From 4 WomenNew York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman resigned from office after four women accused him of physical violence during intimate encounters.
Minn., NY Sue Federal Gov't Over Health Care CutsThe attorneys general for New York and Minnesota are suing the Trump administration for abruptly cutting off federal funding for health care coverage for more than 800,000 low-income residents in the two states.
Would-Be Subway Suicide Bomber Faces Court HearingThe man accused of carrying out a bomb attack in New York City's subway system was influenced by the sermons and writings of a radical Muslim preacher, Bangladeshi officials said Wednesday in the hours before the man was expected to have his first court appearance in the U.S.
NYC Truck Attack Suspect 'Felt Good About' Rampage, Feds SayThe suspect in a deadly truck rampage was inspired by the Islamic State group's online videos and plotted his New York City attack for two months, renting a truck ahead of time to practice turning it, federal authorities said in a criminal complaint bringing terrorism charges against the Uzbek immigrant.
A Look At Other Attacks Where Vehicles Were Used As WeaponsRadical groups have urged supporters to use any weapons at hand, including cars, a tactic that presents a major challenge for security forces around the world.
Canadian Man Attempted To Ship Snakes In Mail, Officials SayThe U.S. attorney's office in Buffalo says 28-year-old Chaoyi Le, of Mississauga, Ontario, was taken into custody Friday in Los Angeles.
Daughter Of Cop Killed In 9/11 Joins NYPDBrittney Roy, now 22, was 7 years old when her father died.
New York State Museum Expands Native American Artwork ExhibitThe New York State Museum has expanded its collection of contemporary Native American artwork. The museum says Tuesday it has added eight new works to the collection launched in 1986 and now numbering more than 150 pieces.
'Fearless Girl' Statue To Stay Through Next FebruaryThe statue of a ponytailed girl in a windblown dress was installed in front of the bronze bull early this month.
Minn. Attorney General Joins Lawsuit Over Trump Executive OrderThe Minnesota Attorney General is joining a lawsuit with several other states claiming President Trump's recent executive order on immigration is unconstitutional.
Danny Heinrich Now Being Held In BrooklynIt's likely that this recent move means Heinrich will eventually be moved to a prison somewhere in the northeast U.S.
N.Y. Police Seek Answers In Burnsville Student's 1985 MurderState police are asking for help in solving the killing of a 20-year-old college student from Minnesota who was found stabbed to death in a central New York cornfield more than three decades ago.